|[September 02, 2014]
Vubiq Networks Selects Vitesse for Wireless Broadband Platform
LAS VEGAS --(Business Wire)--
Semiconductor Corporation (Nasdaq: VTSS), a leading provider of
advanced IC solutions for Carrier, Enterprise and Internet
of Things (IoT) networks, announced that Vubiq Networks is
using Vitesse's CEServices™
software, Serval-Lite™ VSC7416
Carrier Ethernet switch engine, and VSC8574
Gigabit Ethernet PHY for Vubiq Networks' latest generation 60GHz
millimeter wave wireless system targeted at wireless fiber
extension and 4G / LTE (News - Alert) backhaul applications.
Industry experts expect the unlicensed 60GHz band to add significantly
more capacity to 4G LTE and LTE-Advanced networks, easing
overcrowding on the 2.5GHz and 5GHz public bands used today for Wi-Fi.
Compared to the latter two, the 60GHz frequency is largely uncongested
and is approved for use throughout the US, Europe and much of Asia.
According to 4G Americas (News - Alert), mobile user data utilization could rise from
the current 15MB of mobile data daily to 1GB per day by 2020, making use
of spectrum alternatives imperative for service providers to meet the
mobile broadband demand.
"Wireless links need to integrate quality of service, security, traffic
management and other enhanced network functionality for carriers to
effectively deliver services to their customers," said Mike Pettus,
Vubiq Networks chief technology officer and co-founder. "We were looking
for carrier-class technologies incorporating advanced service-aware
networking features. Working with Vitesse gave us access t their unique
service-aware Ethernet switch architecture, helping us to quickly
commercialize a solution meeting service provider needs."
"Easy service provisioning and management are critical for carriers. To
support this, mobile networks require far more intelligence at the
network edge to handle the bandwidth-hungry applications that consumers
routinely demand," said Larry O'Connell, product marketing director at
Vitesse. "Vitesse's Service-Aware (News - Alert) Architecture, or ViSAA™, integrates
that intelligence into access and edge network equipment, enabling MEF
CE 2.0-compliant solutions that readily support wireless network
Vitesse and Vubiq Networks at CTIA
Super Mobility Week
Vitesse will showcase its latest IC solutions and technologies for base
station and mobile backhaul applications in Booth
#4163, Mobile Backhaul Pavilion at the Sands Expo and Convention
Center, Las Vegas from September 9-11, 2014. CTO Martin Nuss will speak
at 4G World, co-located with CTIA (News - Alert) Super Mobility Week, in the Enterprise
Mobility track, "4G
Mobile Network and Device Security" session on September 11 at 2:15
p.m. local time. To book a meeting or demo appointment, contact email@example.com.
Vubiq Networks will be at Booth #4061, Mobile Backhaul Pavilion,
highlighting its newest 60GHz wireless broadband platform, along with
its other networking products and solutions.
About Vubiq Networks
Networks is a broadband wireless networking company focused on
multi-gigabit speed systems designed for metropolitan Ethernet wireless
fiber extension, campus building connectivity, and 4G / LTE-Advanced
network backhaul. The company is developing its next-generation
point-to-point wireless system based on its proprietary and patented 60
GHz millimeter wave technology combined with advanced network switching
functionality. Vubiq Networks was originally founded as Vubiq Inc. in
2003 and is based in Irvine, Calif. Learn more at www.vubiqnetworks.com.
(Nasdaq: VTSS) designs a diverse portfolio of high-performance
semiconductor solutions for Carrier, Enterprise and IoT networks
worldwide. Vitesse products enable the fastest-growing network
infrastructure markets including Mobile Access/IP Edge, Cloud
Computing, SMB/SME Enterprise and IoT Networking.
or follow us on Twitter (News - Alert) @VitesseSemi.
Vitesse is a registered trademark and Serval-Lite, CEServices and ViSAA
are trademarks of Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation in the United States
and other jurisdictions. All other trademarks or registered trademarks
mentioned herein are the property of their respective holders.
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